Evidence, it's heard of it
One of the most prestigious universities in the known universe has decided not to take any more money from Huawei.
The end of the SnowBIT
For years upon years I trudged the halls in Hannover hoping against hope that it wouldn't snow and the biggest IT trade show in the world wouldn't turn from CeBIT into SnoBIT. And now it seems to be either NoBIT or JustaBIT.
Watch out for a hands on
As previously reported on Fudzilla, mobile phone firm Xiaomi is ready to introduce its products into the UK and European markets and kick out the jams.
Review: The smartphone accompanies me on my travels
I've used the Huawei Mate 20 Pro for a week now, and this is quite some phone, with quite a price tag to match. It will be with me next week when I'm in Barcelona, unless it falls out of my pocket and breaks on the way. Which it won't.
The firm makes a lot more than just mobile phones
At yesterday's Mate20 jamboree, Fudzilla had a chance to interview a senior executive about the artificial intelligence built into its mobile devices and it transpired there's a lot more to its AI than meets the eye.
Hello Mate, here's the Mate20 Pro
Well over 2,000 people, from all over the world, poured into a conference hall in the Excel conference centre in London yesterday to see and listen to a complete bells and whistles exposition of the virtues of Huawei's latest range of phones the Mate 20 and the Mate20 Pro.
And Intel the thumb down
Shortages of Intel processors means that major manufacturer Lenovo is using AMD chips more and more, while it has also given the hard word to Chipzilla.
If you go it alone, you make more money
A senior analyst predicted at a conference in Barcelona today that following its success on the processor front, it is only a matter of time before Apple creates its own system on a chip (SOC), bypassing suppliers in its egostructure (sic).
Money money money
It's an edgy business but a senior analyst predicted to his clients today that the future of e-gaming stadiums will be huge.
The world's turned upside down
Not content with upsetting the retail applecart and contributing to the downfall of several well known outlets, Amazon has decided to go one step further and open trendy shops made of real brick and real mortar.